Welcome to Put-in-Bay’s Official Chamber of Commerce Island Visitor Guide Website
Put-in-Bay’s (Put in Bay) Island Visitor Guide & Vacation Planner for 2014, produced by the Put-in-Bay (Put in Bay) Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Bureau that represents 160 Put in Bay (Put-in-Bay) businesses, is now available for download, and can be ordered to be mailed first class postage for free. Click the link above.
Summer is on the horizon and the temperatures have been warm and beautiful and now is a great time to start planning your vacation to Put-in-Bay in 2014 by ordering our free Put-in-Bay Island Visitor Guide. The 56-page 4×9 booklet lists our sponsored events, Put in Bay attractions, and our 160 members that offer ferry transportation, lodging, dining, entertainment, shopping, golf cart rentals, tours, historic sites, taverns, and fun things to do.
Order your 2014 Put in Bay Island Visitor Guide today on our website and we’ll send it out first class postage with a 2014 Jet Express and Miller Boat Line ferry schedules for free.
Can’t wait for your copy of the 2014 Put-in-Bay Island Visitor Guide to arrive? You can download a pdf of the guide by clicking the link above.
Put-in-Bay, (Put in Bay) Ohio, on South Bass Island has been an ideal stopping point for boaters ever since Native Americans “put in at the bay” during their many journeys across Lake Erie. Since 1864 the island has been a tourist destination and hundreds of thousands of visitors have enjoyed the small town quality and quaintness of this island resort community every year.
More than three-quarters of a million visitors visit the downtown area each season and enjoy the Victorian era buildings that dominate Delaware Avenue. Put-in-Bay offers a wide variety of activities for the entire family: A narrated island tour, charter fishing, nine holes of golf, a visit to our 6,000 square foot historical museum, biplane rides, a tour of an historic island press house, a visit to our Butterfly House, helicopter tours of the islands, boating, sailing, swimming, a Nature Trail, 18 holes of miniature golf, gem mining, an antique car museum, para-sailing, cave tours, two wineries, beautiful vineyards, excellent dining, RC car racing, a stop at the Perry Memorial’s Visitors Center, a visit to the Nature Museum, kayaking, jet skiing, fishing, and a visit to our aquatic resource center.
There’s also an eclectic mix of shops, each independently owned and filled with unique items. During the afternoon and evening you’ll find a wide selection of musical entertainment. We also have more than 55 lodging members, so after all that activity you can spend a restful night.
On the island you’ll find us in The Depot on the corner of Delaware and Toledo avenues where the downtown bus and the Island Tour Train are located. The downtown bus transports passengers from the Miller Ferry and the Jet Express dock is located just a block away.
We hope you enjoy your visit. And we invite you to “Celebrate Island Style” when you visit Put in Bay.
The Put-in-Bay Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Bureau produces a 56-page Put in Bay Island Visitor Guide each year. The Put in Bay Island Guide is available now for download, or to be mailed. The beginning of April the Put in Bay Island Vacation Guide will be distributed to AAAs, and Travel Agencies across Ohio and in border cities in surrounding states. You can get yours for free at any AAA, by download from our website, or by ordering a printed copy from our website, just click on “Receive our Island Guide.”
We look forward to seeing you during this this year at Put in Bay, where you’ll find a summer full of activities, events and festivals.